If you follow me, you’ll know that I usually create a sharing post every Saturday, then once a month share an interview with a blogger.
Unfortunately events in my private life have halted this pattern, but my recommendations from the reading I’ve managed for the month of September. are set out here. This time I’ll wrap up with a review of a book written by a fabulous blogger – Miss Tabitha Rayne.
Steve’s poignant poem about having ruthless clear out
Jupiter’s bratty sub gets what’s coming to her
My goodness, Eve shows us Alice knows how to get what she needs
It seems jealousy can become quite an aphrodisiac according to Asrai.
Alie’s lovely subby adventure really puts one in the room
Ria’s lovers banter with great one liners, building sexual tension
Dr J’s tale with a twist of kilt really hit my sweet spot
May isn’t wrong when she calls this fabulous shot Desk Porn!
But when May entertains the more serious topic of Breast Cancer, I was moved to tears for her bravery in supporting her friend, as much as for the battle Shirley put up.
Tabitha in a T-shirt redefines hot!
Edward weaves a fascinating tale of domination and sissy lifestyle
Spy on Little Gem waiting for her bath, she looks delectable
I can’t get enough of slave sindee’s candy-floss hued stockings
Steeled Snake Charmer allows a glimpse inside her ‘attic’, describing how Snake chases the ‘spiders’ away
Both missy’s image and snippet of story relate to illicit goings on behind a tantalising closed door
Tabitha Rayne has quite a pedigree of erotic fiction (I’ve previously enjoyed this BDSM tale in the setting of highland games). This ‘Brit Babe’ pens a fabulous blog which I recommend you follow ; she’s invented sex toys you should try [Ruby Glow : Rocks Off]. Tabitha is editor for FrolicMe magazine and a force to be reckoned with in the erotica community with her new line of audiobooks and #TwitterSpaces.
The Clockwork Butterfly – Tabitha Rayne
The dystopian setting of this trilogy finds us in a time when men are a rarity and harvesting sperm for use in fertilisation is a skilled task for which only select girls are trained.
We meet our heroine Lena Lee when she’s full of innocence. Her new role and the importance of her pheromones is surrounded in secrecy. Soon she’s under the spell of a fellow ‘harvester’, their furtive liaisons make for electric erotic couplings.
Lena also makes a deep connection with Angelo, despite it being forbidden for harvesting girls to get emotionally involved with males with whom they interact. Banishment and punishment looms, separating Lena from everyone and everything for which she has trained. Hope dwindles, or does a spark remain in Angelo’s clockwork butterfly?
Lena could hear Mae still puttering about in the bathroom and humming to herself. Lena was suddenly buzzing with energy and the strange excitement that began in the pit of her stomach started up again. Holding her breath until her heart thundered in her ears, she clenched her fists tight around her sheets.
Finally Mae came out of the bathroom and threw something on the floor … Lena almost squealed when she realised it was Mae’s underwear. Lena stared at the smooth glossy skin bathed in the luminous beams. Does she know I’m watching?
I loved this book. Honestly my whole reading experience was like being edged, in the most delicious way! Tabitha’s command of language and her understanding of what makes a sexy read is beyond compare.
I’ve reviewed book 1 of her Clockwork Butterfly trilogy, available from Amazon.
Tabitha’s latest book Drenched : Tantalising tales to make you glow is available from Amazon